HP has finally unveiled its much-anticipated 3D printing solution. The 3D printer and the Processing Station were unveiled privately for the first time weeks ago for a small group of journalists and analysts, with strobe lights upping the drama and truly enthusiastic applause from just a dozen pairs of hands; but today saw the official reveal as HP unveiled their incredible new technology to the crowds gathered forRAPID 2016.
The 4200, set to appeal to higher productivity levels for prototyping and short-run manufacturing needs and geared toward meeting same-day-business demands, additionally features 25% faster printing, up to 5x faster cooling, even lower cost-per-part, customised and advanced print controls, and the ability to add additional parts to in-progress print jobs to meet urgent needs.at this might mean for the market, and for customers who might benefit from the HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing ecosystem.
Product availability is catered to recognise that not every system is right for every environment, and so the company is beginning with two portfolios available for purchase: the HP Jet Fusion 3D 3200 and the HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200. Both feature, according to HP, accuracy and detail, thermal control on a voxel-by-voxel basis, up to 10x faster printing speeds, lowest cost-per-part, material reusability, an end-to-end solution, and open platform.